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PHIL 6234 : Consequentialism and Its Critics
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Consequentialism and Its Critics
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Consequentialism & Its Critics
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An overview of the debate over consequentialism, culminating in discussion of recent literature. Forms of consequentialism (act, rule, motive, cooperative); direct versus indirect; classic objections and replies; partiality; friendship; agent-relative considerations; doctrine of doing and allowing; doctrine of double effect.
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